I have continued to use the Xero Shoes TerraFlex on my hiking adventures since my last update. They have been used while hiking rocky hill trails in the Bay Area of California and back here in the Southern parts of the United States. I have put over 200 miles on the shoes and they continue to look great with just some wear on the triangle shaped lugs on the sole. For my final thoughts please click HERE.
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Xero Shoes TerraFlex Review
The Xero Shoes TerraFlex have performed well over the past several months. I was able to use them for daily walks, hiking and even a beach half marathon. The shoes have performed well in all conditions. They definitely take getting used to, but I find them to be comfortable. Durability also seems to be great even after over 100 miles of use. You can read my entire update here.
Xero Shoes are designed after the Huarache type of sandal that was made popular in the book “Born to Run.” As a runner and hiker, I am always interested in new products and platforms and after talking with the charismatic Steven Sashen decided that I would try a pair of the new TerraFlex trail shoes from Xero Shoes. Click HERE to read my initial thoughts.
I received a pair of PUR Euros for review purposes, and they claim they are like walking barefoot. I’m going to see about
that! I’ve always loved going barefoot in the summer, but find that its just not a good idea in some places. So, these are going to get a work out after hiking or kayaking, especially around the campfire at night.
Seems a bit funny, as my only previous experience with Baffin footwear is a pair of super winter boots.
Read the initial review HERE.